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Remove design-docs folder

This has turned into a graveyard for ideas. It only serves

to confuse people at this point. We have found it more productive

to either

- use GitHub Epics and issues for smaller design questions

- use Google Docs for larger topics (e.g. native publishing)

These documents quickly go out of date once a feature is implemented.

They are not a replacement for good user and code documentation.

Many of the documents are about features that we never ended up

implementing. Having those documents still around might lock us

into a certain way of thinking about a problem. Instead we should

have a fresh look at it when we actually want to start working on it.

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Remove some some duplicated words from gradle

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Garbage collected some completed stories.

Fleshed out a plan to implement symbolic link support in the copy tasks.

Renamed a spec.

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